Stunned, she took a day to think things over before turning him down.
Although she made it clear she wanted to stay together, it was all or nothing for Logan, who said a quick "Goodbye, Rory" and walked away, not even appearing in the final episode of the original series.
Had you seen all four before they were released, or how did you watch them?
"Their intention was to leave that open and put that out in the universe for fans to talk about and debate." It was a huge leap from where Rory and Logan left things at the end of the original series' seven-season run.
In the penultimate episode, Logan proposed to Rory at her graduation party.
For me, what I loved about the Logan and Rory journey was that Life and Death Brigade that starts there in "Fall." Just that whole montage and then going into where Logan is trying to help Rory achieve her dreams, to write this book, offering a key to his house and then of course, their goodbye, that whole sequence there is something I really loved reading in the script and loved watching in terms of the overall chapters.
That was such an elaborate sequence of events with the costumes and the lighting and the dancing and the music. On the page, it felt like this is the best of Logan, this is the best of Rory, this is the best of them together.
Logan has always loved Rory and I look at the circumstances of Odette as one foot in his family obligations and Rory is really his love and his heart and his soul.
So I feel like, in terms of that process, what's brought them together, at least from Logan's perspective, is that love.So what was your reaction when you saw that ending?I was aware of those four words before, so of course I knew it was coming, so I certainly probably have a different perspective on that.For me, one of my favorite episodes in the original series was "You Jump, I Jump, Jack," which was very early on for Logan where Rory goes to her first Life and Death Brigade event.I loved that episode, and to me, this was just that episode elevated to the nth degree. At the end of the Netflix revival, Rory (Alexis Bledel) told Lorelai (Lauren Graham) that she was pregnant.